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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry Steve Basran Ben Slipper


STEVE BASRAN & BEN SLIPPER MABER ARCHITECTS


L-R: Peter Barker, Gareth Callen, Andy Costa, Richard Dorkin, Ronnie Graham


FIVE SENIOR PROMOTIONS RYDER ARCHITECTURE


New partners have been appointed to continue to build on the growing expertise of Ryder across an increasingly diverse sector and geographic base. Peter Barker, Gareth Callen, Andrew Costa, Richard Dorkin and Ronnie Graham have all been promoted and join senior partner Peter Buchan, managing partner Mark Thompson and current partners Ian Kennedy, Gordon Murray and Richard Wise as part of the leadership team who will take Ryder through the next phase of the practice’s evolution. Peter Barker is the managing director of BIM Academy, which is a joint venture between the architectural practice and Northumbria University, operating as a centre of excellence for digital engineering and transformation and developing a global reputation in the real estate and infrastructure sectors through consultancy, research and education. Gareth Callen leads the Liverpool team and is also responsible for Ryder’s science portfolio, which includes Liverpool Science Park, Thames Valley Science Park, Science Central in Newcastle and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.


Helming the London team is Andrew Costa, who has worked on complex urban regeneration projects, residential, commercial, hotel and mixed-use schemes in London for over 25 years. Richard Dorkin has worked across many sectors including manufacturing, education and healthcare and now leads the team in Hong Kong.


Ronnie Graham has been with Ryder for over 17 years and has design and management skills in the office, leisure, residential and education sectors as well as significant urban design experience.


JASON PEARSON AECOM


Jason Pearson has joined AECOM as director of healthcare architecture, UK & Ireland. Formerly with international design practice PM Devereux, Jason has over 10 years’ experience delivering high quality, innovative, clinical environments across a range of sectors including acute healthcare, mental health healthcare and laboratory settings. His experience includes complex new build and refurbishment projects across varied procurements routes including traditional, Procure 21 and P21+. Jason is based at AECOM’s EMIA headquarters at Aldgate Tower in Whitechapel, London.


Maber has promoted two employees to director and associate levels respectively. Steve Basran, who joined Maber in 2003, has become a director. The practice says that Basran was “instrumental” in establishing the practice’s Derby office and expanding its remit through winning and delivering innovative projects. He has also designed a number of significant buildings and strengthened the company’s portfolio of education projects. Ben Slipper has been promoted to associate in the Leicester office, having joined Maber in 2012. His key responsibility is to ensure delivery of technical solutions that “control design integrity” on major projects.


NEW ASSOCIATES BOND BRYAN


Bond Bryan has promoted six of its employees to associates to highlight the practice’s commitment to continually improve its service. The staff members promoted are Rosey Alexander, Gonzalo Carmona, Mark Dobbs, Duncan Hogg, Pete Severn and Mita Solanki. In a press statement issued by the firm, Bond Bryan congratulated the newly-appointed associates, adding that “this important development recognises their significant contributions across the business and we look forward to seeing their future successes.”


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